Civics

What is meant by the term 'Single Integrated Judiciary'?


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India has Single Integrated Judiciary System, which implies:

  • India does not have separate laws for each state. Instead, the country has one civil and criminal system operating throughout her length and breadth.
  • The judiciary system consists of an Apex court, which is the Supreme Court of India, and different other High Courts and Lower Courts. The functioning of all the courts is controlled by the apex court.
  • The way one can appeal in the judiciary system through the hierarchy of courts, that is from lower court to high court to Supreme Court.
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